I want MORE kids – my gran had 8 and big families are beautiful, says mum of six Paris Fury

PARIS Fury has revealed she wants to expand her family and have more babies.

The mum-of-six, 31, called big families "beautiful" on Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe's Parenting Hell podcast.


Paris, who is the wife of heavyweight boxing king Tyson, said: "The honest truth is I would like to have more. I am only 31. So I have got a good few years to think if I want more children and I could.

"But I think will there be enough of me and Tyson to juggle all of them, I am not sure, I would love more.

"My granny had eight kids and she said it was the best thing she ever done. Big families are beautiful."

The pair are parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis Amaziah, two, and Athena, who was born in August.

Paris revealed the reason she and Tyson named all their boys Prince – and their adorable nickname for baby Tyson.

Recalling the birth of her youngest son, she said: "I was high on the gas and air! [I said] We’ve got to call him Prince. So we’ve got Prince, Tyson and Adonis, but they are all Prince." 

But, admitting that it felt "surreal" to call little Tyson by his name, Paris added: "For a long while he got [called] Tutti. Now we’ve got to stop that. Eventually he is going to turn into a big guy and Tutti isn’t right." 

Boxer Tyson, 33, who's known as The Gypsy King, previously opened up about the names – but he had a much simpler reason behind them. He said: "I'm a king and they're princes until they earn their rightful name."

Earlier this year, just a day after he and Paris welcomed Athena, Tyson revealed she'd been taken into intensive care.

He wrote on Instagram: "Massive thanks for all the messages and support.

"The baby is in a stable position and doing well – hopefully she comes out of ICU today. Please keep baby Athena in your prayers. Paris is doing great. God bless."

Paris later told how Athena was born with a fast heartbeat of 300 beats a minute as well as lots of other complications.

She told OK! magazine: "They put her on tablets to slow her heart down and when they took her off the tube, they thought it was going to be normal. But I think the accumulation of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart and everything was just too much.

"She was in my arms and she stopped breathing and became completely unresponsive. Her heart rate was fading away – she was dying in my arms.

"They took her off me, put her on the table and resuscitated her. Tyson came running in. It was horrific. They managed to get her heart going and everything stabilised."

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